RestartService

The RestartService action stops a service, waits until the process has stopped, and then starts the service again.

Example

a=RestartService&Port=9000
a=RestartService&Port=9000&ControlMethod=Process&Timeout=60
a=RestartService&Port=41600&ConfigContent=%5BServer%5D%0APort=41400%0A%5BService%5D%0AServicePort=41402%0A%5Bssdp%5D%0AssdpPort=41404

Before it starts the service, the RestartService action first tries to stop the service by using the control method specified in the ControlMethod parameter, then by using SCM, then by using a server process.

NOTE:

You must have Windows administrator privileges to use this action.

Parameters

Parameter Description Required
ControlMethod

The control method to use to start the service.

 
Port

The port of the service.

Yes
StopControlMethod

The control method to use to stop the service.

 

Comments

You can also submit this action from Coordinator by specifying the ControllerUUID parameter. By default, the action is asynchronous, but you can run it synchronously by setting the Synchronous parameter to True.

If the response is successful, the response contains the following information:

You can use the token with the QueueInfo action to find the status of the action. For example:

action=SendAction&ControllerUUID=<UUID>&Command=QueueInfo&QueueAction=GetStatus&QueueName=<Action>&Token=<ControllerToken>

If the response fails, it contains an error. Usually this is as a result of an issue with the underlying Controller server, or as a result of an issue with Coordinator itself if the Controller server is down.

For more information, refer to the Coordinator Reference.

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